2 and a half years old - they have no understanding of what’s wrong and right but are starting to understand the word no. 3 years old - no understanding of what’s wrong and right but can follow simple rules most of the time. 4 years old- some children are sometimes thoughtful towards other but do things mainly for adult approval. 5-6 years old- children this age are eager to understand and follow the rules. 7-9 years old- children at this age are willing to tell others the rules and are eager to point out when rules have been broken. 9-11 years old - children this age are now fully aware of the rules and the consequences of their behaviour. They are also more thoughtful to others. 11-13 years old - children now understand the rules and why they are needed for society. 13-19 years old- children this age know all the rules and understand clearly the difference between right and wrong and the consequences if they choose to break these rules. Some children will have an interest in moral issues.
023 Take A - A2
1. Some aspects of development follow a sequence. This is true when it comes to physical development for examples babies have to learn the lift their heads before they can sit up. It is also the same in communication development for example a baby has to be able to recognise words before they can produce them. While the sequence of development is the same for each child what can change between the individual child is the speed that it happens. This means that some babies could sit up at 7 month but some children could take a couple of months longer. It is also important to look at the different rates of development in certain areas for example a 13 month old might not be walking but may already be starting to pronounce words. 2. It is important to keep note of an individual child’s sequence and development in different areas because sequence is needed to be able to plan effectively for the child. But looking at the rate of...
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